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Feminine Social Activities

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Feminine Social Activities The Entente cordiale was celebrated the other day by a dinner at the Ladies' Lyceum Club, which was attended by the French Ambassador and several members of the Em- bassy. M. Cambon said it was the first time he had ever dined at a ladies' club, for in Paris there are no institutions correspond- ing to the women's clubs in London. Social activities seem to develop differnetly in dif- ferent countries, and the club habit, which has taken such a firm hold in America and in this country, has not developed in France. The Frenchwoman is more absorbed in her home and in her husband's business, in which her help and advice is often sought, but an American woman seldom troubles her- self about such matters. She knows little or nothing about her husband's business, but she is immensely taken up with her clubs, and the organisation of all kinds of work, charitable, educational, and others. In this country women are more enthusiastic over politics than is the case either in. France or America, and we are probably second to none'in the number and extent of our femin- ine organisations of every sort and descrip- tion.

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